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Madison Morriss

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Bobcats hoping to turn around record against Withers’ alma mater

As Texas State finishes the first half of the season, we are able to reflect on coach Withers' inaugural season in San Marcos with...
Summer Makeup.

The Kardashian women are female icons

Members of society take one look at the Kardashian sisters and denounce the clan for being superficial, useless and unintelligent. However, it is wrong...
The Bobcat Bobbies provide a safe escort to students walking to their cars or residence halls from dusk until 1 a.m.

Bobcat Bobbies and Cats on the Go provide safe rides home

Any student concerned about walking back to a car or residence hall late at night can take advantage of the Bobcat Bobbies, provided by...
Faculty Senate is discussing a system for online proctoring to prevent students from cheating on online exams.

Online exam proctoring to be offered in the fall

Starting in the fall, students enrolled in online courses will be monitored when taking exams using a new proctoring service. University officials plan to offer...
Commencement ceremonies smaller after policy change

Commencement ceremonies smaller after policy change

Extra commencement ceremonies have been added to alleviate crowd density, but a change in participation policy has helped achieve the same ends. University officials are...
Summer Makeup.

Glow up with these trendy summer makeup tips

Summer has just started and the heat is bringing in makeup trends like highlighting, tanning and lip glossing. Nykea Salinas, prestige beauty advisor at Ulta,...

Beat the Texas heat with these makeup products

I believe we can all agree summer is the worst time to wear makeup in Texas. With temperatures soaring sky-high and the humidity making...

Texas State Net Impact is helping local businesses conserve energy and...

Texas State’s Net Impact chapter is making an economical and environmental difference downtown by providing local businesses with free energy audits. Net Impact is a...

Protestors demand change from university officials at Million Student March

Chants against student debt and championing the concept of free tuition trailed across campus from Old Main to the LBJ Student Center Wednesday as...

Residents shared thoughts on flood recovery, asked questions

Residents and community members shared their thoughts on flood recovery and asked questions at a town hall meeting Tuesday night. After city officials shared information...